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LG Internal Blu Ray BDRW Bare + Software - £69.99 Delivered @ Amazon

£69.99 @ Amazon
This is a brilliant price for a high-quality drive. I have had this for a few months now, (paid a little bit more) and have had huge success, with no problems whatsoever. Can't be bad! -Writable …
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
This is a brilliant price for a high-quality drive. I have had this for a few months now, (paid a little bit more) and have had huge success, with no problems whatsoever. Can't be bad!

-Writable Blu-Ray
-Lightscribe
-Cyberlink Bundle:
PowerDVD (Version 8) - 6CH sound
Power2Go (Version 6)
PowerDirector (Version 6)
PhotoNow! (Version 1.0)
MediaShow (Version 4)
LabelPrint ( Version 2.5)
YouCam ( Version 1.0)

Manufacturer's Description:

Read and write Blu-ray discs at 10x with the BH10LS30 Blu-ray rewriter that allows you record files, photos, or business documents onto a single dual layer BD-R Blu-ray disc.
Play HD content from BD Video discs or record up to nine hours of high definition video. SATA interface technology allows for easier integration and ultimately faster performance while LightScribe gives you the added feature of etching customized labels onto a special coated LightScribe discs (sold separately).

This evolutionary interface connects optical Drives to the PC motherboard allowing for enhancements to the computing platform.

LightScribe is a laser-printing technology that allows users to create silkscreen-quality labels right inside LG optical Drives, by simply flipping over the exclusive LightScribe disc.

Enjoy maximum versatility at home with combined Blu-ray, DVD, and CD burning/reading capabilities.

Box Contains:
-Drive
-Software disc

Product Description:

Read and write blu-ray discs at 10x with the BH10LS30 Blu-ray rewriter that allows you record Up to 50GB of files photos or business documents onto a single dual layer BD-R blu-ray disc

Play HD content from BD Video discs or record up to nine hours of high definition video
SATA interface technology allows for easier integration and ultimately faster performance while LightScribe gives you the added feature of etching customized labels onto a special coated LightScribe disc (sold separately)
Get into the Blu with the BH10LS30 by LG.
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#1
seems the cheapest re-writeable blu ray drive I can find heat added
#2
anyone know of a good drive/cheap one that can just read blu-ray and what are they like compared to a Blu-ray player in picture quality ? thanks
#3
Wow it's 32p cheaper than the last time it was posted 8 days ago; why not just ask the other poster to amend the price!
#5
Thanks bob_hoskins for your reply and help. Anyone know if these are just as good as a normal blu-ray player ? thanks
#6
Gunner4Life
Thanks bob_hoskins for your reply and help. Anyone know if these are just as good as a normal blu-ray player ? thanks


Had one for a year now sat under tv !
came with no power lead or remote & looks pants !
will buy a normal blu-ray player next time.
#7
Gunner4Life
Thanks bob_hoskins for your reply and help. Anyone know if these are just as good as a normal blu-ray player ? thanks
That depends on you. Whether you want to watch Blu-rays on the PC or the TV.
#8
You need an HDCP compliant monitor and graphics card too remember. Probably will be okay if you have a pc from the last two or so years but older machines may not have the certification.
#9
I am a fan of LightScribe and Labelflash, although I am still in the DVD era. Are there any "LightScribe-able" BD-R available these days?
#10
bob_hoskins
@Gunner4Life

LG just a reader -[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FLG-CH10LS20-AUAR10B-Internal-Blu-Ray-Retail%2Fdp%2FB0035TQNCW%2Fref%3Dwl_it_dp_o%3Fie%3DUTF8%26coliid%3DI2D5BZ9P4DUCD5%26colid%3D1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR][/url][url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FLG-CH10LS20-AUAR10B-Internal-Blu-Ray-Retail%2Fdp%2FB0035TQNCW%2Fref%3Dwl_it_dp_o%3Fie%3DUTF8%26amp%3Bcoliid%3DI2D5BZ9P4DUCD5%26amp%3Bcolid%3D1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR] http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-CH10LS20-AUAR10B-Internal-Blu-Ray-Retail/dp/B0035TQNCW/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=I2D5BZ9P4DUCD5&colid=1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR[/url]

Samsung (faster but not stocked by amazon directly) -
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FSamsung-SH-B123L-Blu-Ray-Reader-Lightscribe%2Fdp%2FB0044683HI%2Fref%3Dwl_it_dp_o%3Fie%3DUTF8%26coliid%3DI3E9ALKE8Q2XRG%26colid%3D1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR][/url][url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FSamsung-SH-B123L-Blu-Ray-Reader-Lightscribe%2Fdp%2FB0044683HI%2Fref%3Dwl_it_dp_o%3Fie%3DUTF8%26amp%3Bcoliid%3DI3E9ALKE8Q2XRG%26amp%3Bcolid%3D1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-SH-B123L-Blu-Ray-Reader-Lightscribe/dp/B0044683HI/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=I3E9ALKE8Q2XRG&colid=1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR[/url]

That Samsung's just a reader too, man oO
#11
I'll buy a Bluray writer when they're half current bloated price.
#12
PhilK
That Samsung's just a reader too, man oO

Ummm...
That's deliberate... :|
#13
Cheaper @ CCL if Budget delivery option is selected (free delivery)...

£68.09

CCL Online Link
#14
Anyone recommend 25gb or 50gb blanks brt discs for this writer at a reasonable price
#15
PhilK
I'll buy a Bluray writer when they're half current bloated price.
Agreed. Considering how long they've been around now, they really should be less than £50 by now.
#16
Indeed it was deliberate Late, as gunner had asked for just readers.
#17
sir titus
Gunner4Life
Thanks bob_hoskins for your reply and help. Anyone know if these are just as good as a normal blu-ray player ? thanks


Had one for a year now sat under tv !
came with no power lead or remote & looks pants !
will buy a normal blu-ray player next time.


My pc is in my room hooked up to tv so no worry about it being off downstairs.I dunno if my pc is strong enough as its ageing now
#18
Im trying to find a decent Blu Ray player (or Writer combo) which has BD-Live (Profile 2.0) built in as well. Im struggling to find one, all I can find are stand-alone players rather than internal PC drives. Any ideas?

Heat added though, awesome price been looking at this for a few weeks now, might still buy it if no other suggestions.
[mod]#19
Good price, thanks for the post heroesfan 8)
#20
mimminito
Im trying to find a decent Blu Ray player (or Writer combo) which has BD-Live (Profile 2.0) built in as well. Im struggling to find one, all I can find are stand-alone players rather than internal PC drives. Any ideas?

Heat added though, awesome price been looking at this for a few weeks now, might still buy it if no other suggestions.
As far as I know BD-Live will be dependant on the software you use to play the disk, not the drive. The main requirement is local storage and an internet connection, and obviously these are not included in the drive itself but in your PC. I know PowerDVD 10 has BD-Live, check if the included PowerDVD 8 with this drive has it and that's your answer.
#21
mimminito
Im trying to find a decent Blu Ray player (or Writer combo) which has BD-Live (Profile 2.0) built in as well. Im struggling to find one, all I can find are stand-alone players rather than internal PC drives.

As treaclepeople has said that is down to your software......but I would just warn you that BD Live is often a source of problems, several forums are recommending the 1st thing to try if your Blu-ray player runs into trouble or locks up & freezes on menus etc is to disable it.

Personally I'm still living in hope that it will turn out to be something worthwhile but from what I've seen of it BD Live is as damp a squib as multi-angle ever was on DVD.
Great for the studios to try and flog you over-priced merchandise (when their servers move beyond glacial speed) but so far, from what I've seen, precious little else.
#22
Im waiting for the drives to be sub £50 and theBlu Ray 50GB discs to come down to less than a £1 a disc... Good price on drive though but holding off for now. ;)
#23
Why do people need bd-rw drives?

Bb-rom I can understand but bd-rw? If you want storage would a 2TB hard disk not be better?
#24
rash
Why do people need bd-rw drives?Bb-rom I can understand but bd-rw? If you want storage would a 2TB hard disk not be better?

It would be cheaper but i have a 3D TV and want maximum quality so i decided to take the plunge at Dabs @ £69.62 with 2% Quidco. lol
Storing Half SBS 3D content .mkv movies on a 2TB drive is more convenient but is not as good quality as FULL Blu Ray 3D.

50GB Media is still expensive at the moment but it will no doubt come down in price, even more so when 100GB blank discs start to be a real option.
I get my 50GB DL discs for £3.50 each from a guy in Japan on ebay...

Edited By: II WATTS II on Feb 23, 2011 12:15
#25
I've postes this on another link

"A good quality blank will cost you £25 for 3 x 25GB discs

(yes crappy £10 packs are out there, I know..but you will have something to put your coffee cup on)

thats 25/75 = £0.33 per GB

a 2TB USB buffalo drive on amazon is £76.90 (fat 32 for PS3)

thats 76.90/2000 = £0.04 per GB

a 650% increase per GB for a blu ray disc

blu-ray writers are a waste of money unless you need to be portable with the disc.

Better to by a Blu-ray reader with dvd writting capability and a usb HDD drive"



II WATTS II is getting a good deal on his discs but I'd still go portable HDD for writting speed any day


Edited By: the coffee man on Feb 24, 2011 11:28
#26
I agree you get more storage for you money but i have both so i just embrace it all.. lol

I have a 2TB NAS Drive along with 1TB internal storage on pc.

One thing that is for sure you will fill a drive eventually and end up needing to buy another which is more power and more space needed.

With discs storage (space) is so much easier to manage and i do like the added features / menu on discs and the lossless DTS MASTER AUDIO and DOLBY MASTER HD sound sources available.

For me its a win win all round really, i can store on disc or the NAS drive for whatever i need.

Update on LG Drive:

Bought some cheap Maxell discs (25GB) for £9.99 to try them out, burned my first movie at 4x in 25 mins without any errors or skips... ;)
#27
Think you'll find your links are BD readers and not BD RW as well
bob_hoskins
@Gunner4Life

LG just a reader -[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FLG-CH10LS20-AUAR10B-Internal-Blu-Ray-Retail%2Fdp%2FB0035TQNCW%2Fref%3Dwl_it_dp_o%3Fie%3DUTF8%26coliid%3DI2D5BZ9P4DUCD5%26colid%3D1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR] http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-CH10LS20-AUAR10B-Internal-Blu-Ray-Retail/dp/B0035TQNCW/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=I2D5BZ9P4DUCD5&colid=1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR[/url]

Samsung (faster but not stocked by amazon directly) -
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FSamsung-SH-B123L-Blu-Ray-Reader-Lightscribe%2Fdp%2FB0044683HI%2Fref%3Dwl_it_dp_o%3Fie%3DUTF8%26coliid%3DI3E9ALKE8Q2XRG%26colid%3D1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-SH-B123L-Blu-Ray-Reader-Lightscribe/dp/B0044683HI/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=I3E9ALKE8Q2XRG&colid=1MLSAJ9D7Z3TR[/url]

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